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Chapter 2
Report on the Osteological Assessment of the "Kennewick Man" Skeleton (CENWW.97.Kennewick)
Joseph F. Powell and Jerome C. Rose

Table 11
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Probability of group membership for Kennewick Man in 22 modern populations (Howells 1989), based on inter-individual Mahalanobis' squared distances derived from 33 craniometric variables
Closest Populations Mahalanobis Distance Typicality Probability
Ainu 13.67 0.134558
Moriori 14.82 0.096000
S. Japan 17.09 0.047325
Zalavar 18.57 0.029108
Easter Island 19.80 0.019188
 
Farthest Populations Mahalanobis Distance Typicality Probability
Bushmen 28.65 0.000742
Australia 29.56 0.000521
Tazmania 29.77 0.000480
Tolai 30.15 0.000414
Berg 33.89 0.000093

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